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From outside the hotel doesn't look much. It's in a former factory, with brick walls. The immediate location is unprepossessing, too - small factories and warehouses, and close to the Pulaski Bridge overpass. But it's actually a great place to stay. The rooms are very good - large with high ceilings and trendy decor, a comfortable bed, good bathroom and separate living...

From outside the hotel doesn't look much. It's in a former factory, with brick walls. The immediate location is unprepossessing, too - small factories and warehouses, and close to the Pulaski Bridge overpass. But it's actually a great place to stay. The rooms are very good - large with high ceilings and trendy decor, a comfortable bed, good bathroom and separate living...From outside the hotel doesn't look much. It's in a former factory, with brick walls. The immediate location is unprepossessing, too - small factories and warehouses, and close to the Pulaski Bridge overpass. But it's actually a great place to stay. The rooms are very good - large with high ceilings and trendy decor, a comfortable bed, good bathroom and separate living area. The staff was also very helpful. And just a couple of blocks away from the hotel is the start of the Manhattan Ave shopping area, a predominantly Polish district, with good bakeries and a very good organic supermarket. Not many good restaurants in the vicinity but the hotel provides a handy guide. Getting to the 7 line for Manhattan involves a walk over the Pulaski bridge to the Vernon Avenue station or a walk down to the G line stop on Manhattan Ave and a transfer. Not good for anyone who doesn't like walking, but in most circumstances a great way to start the day. Worth noting that the room is not cleaned every day (also the bed not made every day), but this was no problem.

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Robert, Australia

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William Vale did not come close to meeting the expectations, or for that matter the requirements of a 5 star hotel rating. On the positive side, the rooms are nice, bright, clean, and reasonably sized for New York. The location is w/in walking (10 mins) to 2 subway lines, one of which (L) gets into Manhattan in 1 stop, union Sq. in 3. There’s plenty of good food ...

William Vale did not come close to meeting the expectations, or for that matter the requirements of a 5 star hotel rating. On the positive side, the rooms are nice, bright, clean, and reasonably sized for New York. The location is w/in walking (10 mins) to 2 subway lines, one of which (L) gets into Manhattan in 1 stop, union Sq. in 3. There’s plenty of good food ...William Vale did not come close to meeting the expectations, or for that matter the requirements of a 5 star hotel rating. On the positive side, the rooms are nice, bright, clean, and reasonably sized for New York. The location is w/in walking (10 mins) to 2 subway lines, one of which (L) gets into Manhattan in 1 stop, union Sq. in 3. There’s plenty of good food around; swimming pool, valet service, etc. The main problem with the hotel is the service. I arrived at 10:00 AM, so understandably the room was not available yet. It wasn’t available at 12:00 or 14:00. Yes, the check in time is 15:00, but it is reasonable to expect more from a 5 star hotel, which was not fully booked at the time. I was told that after housekeeping finishes cleaning the room, it needs to be “inspected”, presumably to ensure that it is ready for the next guest. Again, the normally expected room amenities of a 5 star hotel were not met by WV; no bathrobes, no slippers, no toothbrushes, etc.…Hotel’s primary function is to provide a comfortable room, and room in a 5 star hotel should have most simple things like robe & slippers. They were of course brought to me within an hour of calling, but the point is; they should be available w/out asking for them. One of the items that were available in the room was a shower cap, which I left wet on the counter (forgot to throw it away). It was waiting for me there the next day – housekeeping did not throw it away either, nor did they replace it. There are positives in this hotel, but I’m not commenting on them more because these petty and miserly measures of the hotel totally overshadowed the good points. The hotel has great potential and revisiting customer service policies and room amenities is vital if the hotel wants to live up to the 5 star claims.

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yana, Canada

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The rooms were comfortable with pleasant amenities --- refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, steam iron & ironing board. Spacious closet but small bathroom. Staff were excellent and very helpful. Complimentary breakfast was a big plus. We'll stay there again on our next trip to visit family in Brooklyn, Long Island and New Rochelle.

Joseph, United States

Hilton Brooklyn New York

Great location, very close to subway stations and lots of shopping and amenities. Staff were excellent, special thanks to Joe on reception. The room was well maintained and quiet. Downsides were the reception, not a very welcoming atmosphere, very dark and loud music from the bar. Didn’t really feel five star, only one person on reception when we checked in, no one to ...

Great location, very close to subway stations and lots of shopping and amenities. Staff were excellent, special thanks to Joe on reception. The room was well maintained and quiet. Downsides were the reception, not a very welcoming atmosphere, very dark and loud music from the bar. Didn’t really feel five star, only one person on reception when we checked in, no one to ...Great location, very close to subway stations and lots of shopping and amenities. Staff were excellent, special thanks to Joe on reception. The room was well maintained and quiet. Downsides were the reception, not a very welcoming atmosphere, very dark and loud music from the bar. Didn’t really feel five star, only one person on reception when we checked in, no one to assist the one member of staff and no one to help with luggage etc. if required. Air conditioner was very loud and no functioning extractor fan in bathroom. However we had a very comfortable stay - the location and comfort were excellent.

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Susan, United Kingdom

Henry Norman Hotel

Our stay at Henry Norman Hotel was superb! Yes there is street noise, its New York city! The staff, attention to in room accommodations, courtesy transportation,morning danishes and coffee in common living room space, boutique style hotel and above all, cleanliness, makes this hotel a 10 out of 10! We were a family of 5 in 2 rooms and enjoyed our stay. We look forward...

Our stay at Henry Norman Hotel was superb! Yes there is street noise, its New York city! The staff, attention to in room accommodations, courtesy transportation,morning danishes and coffee in common living room space, boutique style hotel and above all, cleanliness, makes this hotel a 10 out of 10! We were a family of 5 in 2 rooms and enjoyed our stay. We look forward...Our stay at Henry Norman Hotel was superb! Yes there is street noise, its New York city! The staff, attention to in room accommodations, courtesy transportation,morning danishes and coffee in common living room space, boutique style hotel and above all, cleanliness, makes this hotel a 10 out of 10! We were a family of 5 in 2 rooms and enjoyed our stay. We look forward to our next visit.

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Sheila

Bklyn House Hotel (Pet-friendly)

In the middle of a still sketchy part of Bushwick (close to Flushing Ave station), this is a beautiful new hotel serving a nice, basic breakfast. It's a reflection of the hipster-chic gentrification rolling inevitably through Brooklyn. Downsides include: - Yes, the area is sketchy, and my gf definitely wouldn't be comfortable walking around here, esp. at night - The ...

In the middle of a still sketchy part of Bushwick (close to Flushing Ave station), this is a beautiful new hotel serving a nice, basic breakfast. It's a reflection of the hipster-chic gentrification rolling inevitably through Brooklyn. Downsides include: - Yes, the area is sketchy, and my gf definitely wouldn't be comfortable walking around here, esp. at night - The ...In the middle of a still sketchy part of Bushwick (close to Flushing Ave station), this is a beautiful new hotel serving a nice, basic breakfast. It's a reflection of the hipster-chic gentrification rolling inevitably through Brooklyn. Downsides include: - Yes, the area is sketchy, and my gf definitely wouldn't be comfortable walking around here, esp. at night - The walls are paper thin, which is unbelievable for a brand new hotel (appears to have been built from scratch). You can hear every slammed door and footstep. There were a bunch of loud dudes hanging out on our floor, and it was very difficult getting a good night's sleep, esp. for anyone who likes to get up after 7am. - There's only one elevator, and it's slow as hell. - The staff is very nice, but a bit inexperienced. I don't know what they were thinking when they began vacuuming or waxing the floors at 6am -- just ridiculous. - They play music across the hotel, and if you'd rather have silence, you're out of luck. The music wasn't bad, mind you, but they began playing it loudly before 8am. Again, clueless. I'd probably stay here again, as they responded pretty quickly to my issues, and by the third and last night of our stay, I slept pretty well. I would really hope, though, that they could install some serious soundproofing throughout the place. I stayed at a Doubletree in the Financial District just prior to this, and the sound insulation was dramatically better there.

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Ari, United States

Best Western PLUS Brooklyn Bay Hotel

Expensive because it is in New York, but surprisingly nice hotel with friendly staff, good bedrooms and a reasonably good complementary breakfast.

Nicholas, United Kingdom

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NU Hotel

8.7 Excellent

Based on 19 reviews


Staff were friendly, I was able to check in early and was given an upgrade to a mural room. I was also able to request a late check out for no extra cost which was perfect as I got to lie in before catching an afternoon train! Great location, only a 5 min walk to Trader Joe's and the nearest subway. The free breakfast had a small but good selection.

Jennifer

Franklin Guesthouse

The hotel was as clean as any we have ever stayed in. Staff at all levels were courteous, friendly and there to help with any problems. Really outstanding service! The location is really good, the NYC ferry terminal is 5 minutes walk from the hotel. Locate in an up and coming neighbourhood which differs from street to street. Lots of work is in progress nearby, n...

The hotel was as clean as any we have ever stayed in. Staff at all levels were courteous, friendly and there to help with any problems. Really outstanding service! The location is really good, the NYC ferry terminal is 5 minutes walk from the hotel. Locate in an up and coming neighbourhood which differs from street to street. Lots of work is in progress nearby, n...The hotel was as clean as any we have ever stayed in. Staff at all levels were courteous, friendly and there to help with any problems. Really outstanding service! The location is really good, the NYC ferry terminal is 5 minutes walk from the hotel. Locate in an up and coming neighbourhood which differs from street to street. Lots of work is in progress nearby, needed to complete a really good feel about the entire place. We stayed in the studio loft which is spacious and great for a couple. The de luxe studio suites are really large and excellent. Someone has obviously put in a lot of thought regarding the decoration and ornaments. Only knocked a point off for value for money as all hotels in new York appear over priced! The Franklin is certainly among the very best for value though. I do think that the rooms on the second floor are the best postioned, rather than 1st or lower floor levels

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Malcolm, United Kingdom

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This hotel is a small little hidden gem. All of the staff is extremely nice. The complimentary breakfast was less than exciting but it does its job. Yogurt on ice, free cheap quality coffee, juices and sometimes fresh pastries. The one thing that saves it is the fact that they have the coffee and juices out all day for people which most hotels lock everything up. The ...

This hotel is a small little hidden gem. All of the staff is extremely nice. The complimentary breakfast was less than exciting but it does its job. Yogurt on ice, free cheap quality coffee, juices and sometimes fresh pastries. The one thing that saves it is the fact that they have the coffee and juices out all day for people which most hotels lock everything up. The ...This hotel is a small little hidden gem. All of the staff is extremely nice. The complimentary breakfast was less than exciting but it does its job. Yogurt on ice, free cheap quality coffee, juices and sometimes fresh pastries. The one thing that saves it is the fact that they have the coffee and juices out all day for people which most hotels lock everything up. The room is quite small but clean and comfortable. Don't let the fact that it's next to a highway turn you off. the windows are very soundproof. My window literally faced the highway. I could hit a sign with a rock if I wanted to but I never once heard any trucks. Also the double blinds offer the perfect amount of light blocking if you are looking to sleep in late. Bathrooms are also small but clean as well. TV's are huge. Double the size of what you would find in a holiday inn. Internet is pretty fast for a hotel connection. No fitness room so you'll have to put off your work out.

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Alexis, United States

Best Western Plus Arena Hotel

My stay was better than expected. The hotel staff, Louise, in particular was very helpful and friendly. They helped us figure the best route and transportation option to get to our desired locations, and Louise gave us the best recommendation to an awesome restaurant, "Catfish", in town. The hotel was very generous and attentive to our need of more towels due to a very...

My stay was better than expected. The hotel staff, Louise, in particular was very helpful and friendly. They helped us figure the best route and transportation option to get to our desired locations, and Louise gave us the best recommendation to an awesome restaurant, "Catfish", in town. The hotel was very generous and attentive to our need of more towels due to a very...My stay was better than expected. The hotel staff, Louise, in particular was very helpful and friendly. They helped us figure the best route and transportation option to get to our desired locations, and Louise gave us the best recommendation to an awesome restaurant, "Catfish", in town. The hotel was very generous and attentive to our need of more towels due to a very messy Indian Holi festival we attended. And, they always greeted us with joy upon every entry and exit of the hotel. The hotel itself was also easy to navigate. The elevator is to the immediate right of the entrance and the first floor exit from the elevator leads right to the spacious breakfast room. The public restroom and fitness center were easily discovered and accessible by stairs or elevator conveniently on the first floor as well. The room itself, I feel, was a little pricey (at least for my pocket) and not as spacious as I had anticipated from the promotions of the website. However, the room was clean and served its purpose well. The bathroom inside the hotel was superb. I was so glad to see how clean and organized it was, in addition to being fully stocked with various towels.

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Shelby, United States

Entrance

It's been a pleasant trip, specially when you travel with an infant and toddler. The hotel and staffs compliments our weekend trip in NY. Highly recommended and surely we come back

Cebbi, Indonesia

Entrance

I had a great experience at the Hotel Le Bleu- Hotel is beautiful, the rooms are very modern and equipped with everything you need - staff is professional and courteous. Amanda at the front desk is the consumate professional and was extremely informative and helpful of all my needs. I will definitely stay there again and recommend to my friends and family

Felix, United States

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Good location, short walk to subway. Very simple room with not a lot of room, but as it was just a place to sleep overnight was suitable. Storage for luggage whilst out and about in New York before checking in and after checking out, very helpful. ***No good for families though as after booking spoke to hotel staff and informed rooms only suitable for up to 2, no fac...

Good location, short walk to subway. Very simple room with not a lot of room, but as it was just a place to sleep overnight was suitable. Storage for luggage whilst out and about in New York before checking in and after checking out, very helpful. ***No good for families though as after booking spoke to hotel staff and informed rooms only suitable for up to 2, no fac...Good location, short walk to subway. Very simple room with not a lot of room, but as it was just a place to sleep overnight was suitable. Storage for luggage whilst out and about in New York before checking in and after checking out, very helpful. ***No good for families though as after booking spoke to hotel staff and informed rooms only suitable for up to 2, no facility for children even though Agoda page allows booking for 2 Adults and 2 children. Staff were helpful and gave us a Kingsize bed rather than the booked Queen so we could share the bed with the infant (no room for cot)

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James, Australia

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We wanted to stay in Brooklyn for a change after 6 nights in Manhattan. This place was good value for money, with a continental breakfast included. Coffee machine in the room. Nice decor. Clean and tidy. The room was not big, but as we were out for most of every day we didn’t mind. We were initially put into a room on the ground floor, this was right by the reception a...

We wanted to stay in Brooklyn for a change after 6 nights in Manhattan. This place was good value for money, with a continental breakfast included. Coffee machine in the room. Nice decor. Clean and tidy. The room was not big, but as we were out for most of every day we didn’t mind. We were initially put into a room on the ground floor, this was right by the reception a...We wanted to stay in Brooklyn for a change after 6 nights in Manhattan. This place was good value for money, with a continental breakfast included. Coffee machine in the room. Nice decor. Clean and tidy. The room was not big, but as we were out for most of every day we didn’t mind. We were initially put into a room on the ground floor, this was right by the reception and breakfast/lobby. There was no way of blocking the sound of people’s voices and we didn’t sleep well. We asked at reception for a room change which they did straight away. All staff were friendly and helpful. The location is right in the heart of Chinatown, so surrounded by numerous great Asian restaurants all very reasonably priced. If you want an area with bars this is not it. The subway station for the N line that runs to Manhattan and Queens was a 5 minute walk away making everywhere else very accessible though. I would stay again if I returned.

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Jayne, Australia

770Suites (Pet-friendly)

It has parking [actual drive way and parking lot] huge room decent bathroom etc... dont be put off by the fact that its a house it is set up like a hotel multiple rooms with keyed entry, flat screen tv ac/heat and large windows. In nyc for $100 a night this is the best your gonna get.

Timothy, United States

International Students Residence

Easy to find. Was my 1st time in NYC & as long as you know to take the J or M train to Marcy, you will find it easily. The neighborhood doesn't seem so great but it is very safe. I'd come home at 2-4am daily & it was safe. There is no curfew so have your nights out then go home to sleep. The staff were all extremely friendly, helpful & pleasant to deal with & our r...

Easy to find. Was my 1st time in NYC & as long as you know to take the J or M train to Marcy, you will find it easily. The neighborhood doesn't seem so great but it is very safe. I'd come home at 2-4am daily & it was safe. There is no curfew so have your nights out then go home to sleep. The staff were all extremely friendly, helpful & pleasant to deal with & our r...Easy to find. Was my 1st time in NYC & as long as you know to take the J or M train to Marcy, you will find it easily. The neighborhood doesn't seem so great but it is very safe. I'd come home at 2-4am daily & it was safe. There is no curfew so have your nights out then go home to sleep. The staff were all extremely friendly, helpful & pleasant to deal with & our rooms were kept clean. The bathrooms, which I am most pedantic about because they are shared by a whole floor were also very clean, the exception being when people don't clean up after themselves but that has nothing to do with the hostel. They clean up good. The rooms can prove tiny for 2 people with big bags (I was in a single bunk bed room) but you & your roommate can work it out. The chill out zone looked really cool but I was always out so never got to fully utilize it. I may've chilled for 10 minutes trying to sort out my über and thanks to their free wifi, I got so much done & was able to be in touch with my family & friends. I really enjoyed my stay here

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Chwayita, South Africa

Restaurant

Tiffany lemme early check in and gimme my room in the morning after my long haul flight, but careless charged me again. So I paid more expensive hotel price for 1 night as my booking tho Agoda which is cheaper! I needa make a call to Agoda later when I back in town

KAM, Macau

Pointe Plaza Hotel

We were on the last two days of a 10 day trip and this hotel was the best of the 4 we stayed at. The beds were very comfortable. The internet access was good. The breakfast was great (provided protein options at a continental breakfast!). The staff was AMAZING! The shuttle daily to Time Square saved us a ton of money. The staff at the front desk were very, very helpfu...

We were on the last two days of a 10 day trip and this hotel was the best of the 4 we stayed at. The beds were very comfortable. The internet access was good. The breakfast was great (provided protein options at a continental breakfast!). The staff was AMAZING! The shuttle daily to Time Square saved us a ton of money. The staff at the front desk were very, very helpfu...We were on the last two days of a 10 day trip and this hotel was the best of the 4 we stayed at. The beds were very comfortable. The internet access was good. The breakfast was great (provided protein options at a continental breakfast!). The staff was AMAZING! The shuttle daily to Time Square saved us a ton of money. The staff at the front desk were very, very helpful in directing us on the most efficient and economical use of transportation (both public and taxi) in the are. There were only two slight downfalls. The location - it was about 0.7 miles from the closest subway station (but had a bus right outside the hotel that would take you to that station) and took a bit to get to the city. Also, no pool - much to the chagrin of my children. But, we knew that ahead of time and were able to prepare for that :-)

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Victoria, United States

Days Inn by Wyndham Brooklyn

The stay was okay. It was not the best hotel that I have stayed in nor it is the worst. I did have issue with the sheets being stained...I would hope that they would be ran through a hot wash and sterile etc. The ac unit did not work that well, fortunately my husband works in the field so he did "fix it." The staff was okay, they did not speak English around guests, wh...

The stay was okay. It was not the best hotel that I have stayed in nor it is the worst. I did have issue with the sheets being stained...I would hope that they would be ran through a hot wash and sterile etc. The ac unit did not work that well, fortunately my husband works in the field so he did "fix it." The staff was okay, they did not speak English around guests, wh...The stay was okay. It was not the best hotel that I have stayed in nor it is the worst. I did have issue with the sheets being stained...I would hope that they would be ran through a hot wash and sterile etc. The ac unit did not work that well, fortunately my husband works in the field so he did "fix it." The staff was okay, they did not speak English around guests, which can make some feel uncomfortable. But, they were fairly friendly. Parking was an issue as well, but it is NYC and we did have a crew cab truck. I would consider staying at this hotel again decently priced for a place to sleep and shower.

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Katherine, United States

Even Hotels Brooklyn

The hotel in Manhattan is pricey, small, filthy and not kid friendly. We decided to stay in Brooklyn for our trip back to the states. We actually have no problem staying in Brooklyn though because we lived here for a few years. The hotel is pretty new. Room is decent size. We are family of four with 2 young children. There are still rooms for luggages. The hotel is wal...

The hotel in Manhattan is pricey, small, filthy and not kid friendly. We decided to stay in Brooklyn for our trip back to the states. We actually have no problem staying in Brooklyn though because we lived here for a few years. The hotel is pretty new. Room is decent size. We are family of four with 2 young children. There are still rooms for luggages. The hotel is wal...The hotel in Manhattan is pricey, small, filthy and not kid friendly. We decided to stay in Brooklyn for our trip back to the states. We actually have no problem staying in Brooklyn though because we lived here for a few years. The hotel is pretty new. Room is decent size. We are family of four with 2 young children. There are still rooms for luggages. The hotel is walking distance to major subway stations (Dekalb, Nevins and Hoyt) and Brooklyn new food hub (Dekalb Market Hall).

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Yuthadanai, Thailand

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A new hotel can be improved much more at the level of cleanliness   The staff of the day and night were very nice and tried to help as much as possible The hotel is in a rather quiet location. A minute from the chaos of the city with you want the rush. I would be happy to visit the hotel again

israel, Israel

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This hotel is very good. Location is excellent, only 5 min to walk to NY subway. Staff is very nice, polite, and helpful. Our room was clean and not noisy. We liked a complimentary breakfast with many food options to choose. Overall, we had a great experience staying in this hotel! Thanks!

Aleksandr, United States

Hotel Indigo – Downtown Brooklyn/NY

This was my first visit to New York. Being an international traveler, I brought with me one medium-sized trolley and one backpack as I will be on extended trip. Accessing the hotel from JFK was very easy, took the AirTrain to Howard Beach Station then the "A" line to Brooklyn. The hotel is just 5 minutes walk from Jay St. station. Greeted by friendly staff, got an earl...

This was my first visit to New York. Being an international traveler, I brought with me one medium-sized trolley and one backpack as I will be on extended trip. Accessing the hotel from JFK was very easy, took the AirTrain to Howard Beach Station then the "A" line to Brooklyn. The hotel is just 5 minutes walk from Jay St. station. Greeted by friendly staff, got an earl...This was my first visit to New York. Being an international traveler, I brought with me one medium-sized trolley and one backpack as I will be on extended trip. Accessing the hotel from JFK was very easy, took the AirTrain to Howard Beach Station then the "A" line to Brooklyn. The hotel is just 5 minutes walk from Jay St. station. Greeted by friendly staff, got an early check-in, and the stay was hassle-free. Getting by in New York couldn't get any easier than that.

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Ziva, Indonesia

Holiday Inn Brooklyn Downtown

Close to Atlantic Ave., close to trains, easy access to Manhattan with plenty do in the quaint neighborhoods of Brooklyn. Excellent staff, accommodating and helpful. Very clean and comfortable.

Nancy, United States

Aloft New York Brooklyn

the service was probably the best in nyc. I had a problem with my sink as soon as i checked and after calling to tell them they sent someone in less than 5 min. Even though its not in the city, brooklyn is only about a 10 -15 min taxi ride away. Also the subway is right across the street. Another advantage was the rooms were bigger than the average hotel in manhattan a...

the service was probably the best in nyc. I had a problem with my sink as soon as i checked and after calling to tell them they sent someone in less than 5 min. Even though its not in the city, brooklyn is only about a 10 -15 min taxi ride away. Also the subway is right across the street. Another advantage was the rooms were bigger than the average hotel in manhattan a...the service was probably the best in nyc. I had a problem with my sink as soon as i checked and after calling to tell them they sent someone in less than 5 min. Even though its not in the city, brooklyn is only about a 10 -15 min taxi ride away. Also the subway is right across the street. Another advantage was the rooms were bigger than the average hotel in manhattan and probably half the price and nto as loud and crazy. Great place wonderful service overall.

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sihyung, United States

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Eric, United States

Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel

Service is really bad! I lived in other sheratons in other places before, none of them are like this sheraton brooklyn. The building is old but room itself is quite Ok but the service is really not like a five-star hotel. Even for the club room, the included breakfast is just some bread and juice and fruit, nothing more! The most bad experience is when we wanted to ch...

Service is really bad! I lived in other sheratons in other places before, none of them are like this sheraton brooklyn. The building is old but room itself is quite Ok but the service is really not like a five-star hotel. Even for the club room, the included breakfast is just some bread and juice and fruit, nothing more! The most bad experience is when we wanted to ch...Service is really bad! I lived in other sheratons in other places before, none of them are like this sheraton brooklyn. The building is old but room itself is quite Ok but the service is really not like a five-star hotel. Even for the club room, the included breakfast is just some bread and juice and fruit, nothing more! The most bad experience is when we wanted to check in the first day, they say they havent received the fax from the agoda/booking.com. When they called them and comfirmed our booking, they say they dont have any available room and they let us stay in the hotel cross the street and say they have rooms with similar standard. However, that hotel is just like a boutique hotel and room is extremely! small! And sheraton ask that hotel to charge us the same price as we booked the sheraton! For that I was really angry!

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Mengxi, China

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Tiny hotel but you’re in Brooklyn so it fits the picture. They had very comfortable bedding for such a small hotel. The bathroom was new and very clean. Not much for breakfast options so you are better off on your own.

Frances, Philippines

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Second year coming , only difference was the heating wasn’t working , staff came and literally did it for me, then on the second night I tried to put the heat back on the exact was I was shown and it literally didn’t work, I didn’t feel like annoying the staff so I just wrapped myself in the comfy sheets . Love the room for being green, and the bathroom is always the b...

Second year coming , only difference was the heating wasn’t working , staff came and literally did it for me, then on the second night I tried to put the heat back on the exact was I was shown and it literally didn’t work, I didn’t feel like annoying the staff so I just wrapped myself in the comfy sheets . Love the room for being green, and the bathroom is always the b...Second year coming , only difference was the heating wasn’t working , staff came and literally did it for me, then on the second night I tried to put the heat back on the exact was I was shown and it literally didn’t work, I didn’t feel like annoying the staff so I just wrapped myself in the comfy sheets . Love the room for being green, and the bathroom is always the best part for me because I love how it’s new looking

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Andrew, United States




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Great hotel Kosher breakfast!

Great value for Manhattan, New York City.
Had 2 rooms, one good sized one with a fridge and microwave and one smaller one.
The smaller room with 2 queen sized beds is a bit tight to pass to get to the bathroom.
The larger room was very comfortable.
Most Manhattan hotels only allow 2 adults per room. We were 5 adults and the desk staff let that slide without charging me extra for the 5th adult.
A tip of the hat to Ramada for that!

The only negative thing I can think of are the bathrooms.
1- Bathroom doors are glass.
If you are traveling with a frequent nighttime pee'er be prepared for lights on every 2 hours.
If you like your privacy when doing your business you will find it hard when sharing a room cuz anyone that walks by can see you sitting on the pot.
2- No ventilation fan in bathroom.
6 beers, a steak, garlic crusted pizza, 4 eggs, black beans, tacos and a club sandwich with a mountain of coleslaw and no bathroom ventilation fan. Needless to say my roommates were not happy with me!

Positive things:
- This hotel is close to everything! Manhattan is only 17 miles wide and 30 miles long, every hotel is close to everything this one included.
- It's in a great neighborhood with lots of good eats that aren't crazy prices.
- There are tons and tons of shops just minutes from the hotel.
- Rooms were very, very clean.
- No bugs of any sort at all.
- Early check in and late check out at no charge. We took advantage of the early check in.
- Free luggage storage if you need it pre-check in or post check out.
- And get this; FREE breakfast! Bagels, cream cheese, sweet cakes, donuts, toast, butter, coffee, tea, fresh fruit, cereals, waffles, boiled eggs, jam, peanut butter, milk, orange juice, apple juice, cranberry juice and more.
This easily saved us 50 to 60 dollars a day in food expense. Not to mention the time we saved by not having to go to a restaurant and wait to be served.
- Hotel staff is friendly and helpful.
- Elevators worked better then expected
- Iron and ironing board were clean and functional.
- Hotel safe was in working condition and large enough to accommodate a couple of 10 inch screen laptops.
- Plenty of toilet paper, Kleenex, pens, pads, cups etc.
- Plenty of towels, soap, shampoo etc.
- Heating and AC was operational and effective.
- Upholstery, bed covers and linens were clean and in excellent shape.
- Carpeting clean and not worn.
- Paint and pictures were clean and in very good shape (richly decorated too.)
- Rooms are smoke detector equipped.
- Furniture was all functional and in good shape, no visible dings, dents or major scratches.
- Decent quality flat screen TV was functional.
- All lamps and lighting were functional
- Clock radio with alarm was functional.
- All curtains, curtain rods and blinds were large enough and functional.
- Door locks and peep hole were functional.
- Fridge and microwave was spotless and functional.
- Closet was large enough with a dozen hangers.
- Free Wireless Internet access was operational at all times and easy to access.
- Tempur-Pedic mattresses as advertised was in excellent condition.
- Free calls anywhere in the USA (good to catch up with old friends!)


Asides:

The amount of retail in Manhattan is astounding. Exit the hotel walk west a few blocks and then head north or south and get your wallet ready because you really can shop till you drop in this city.

The breakfast is available from 6:30 to 10:00.
Don't show up at 9:50 and whine about there not being much left.

A question that is often asked about hotels is:
Did you feel safe and secure sleeping there with your kids and wife?
The answer for this hotel is yes, absolutely.
There were no strange noises and no lunatic party people.
After a day and night of walking Manhattan every one in this hotel beds down and goes to sleep.

Taxi stuff you need to know:
Manhattan taxis do not have radios.
If you call for a cab they will pick you up but they will charge you 3 to 5 times the price of flagging one down on the street. So a 12 dollar ride on the street can be 60 bucks if you call it in.
The cabbies don't care how many people you are or what you are carrying. If you fit in the cab they will take you. Just be quick about getting in and don't complain that you are squished.

Every taxi I rode in without exception needed front end work. Shocks, springs, tie rods, ball joints and tires. Thankfully their brakes all worked! If you're knowledgeable about cars some of the rides will make you want to tell the cabbie to pull over so you can check it.

If you can't get a cab there are the car service guys driving some nice and some not so nice limos.
They cost 30 to 100 percent more then a yellow cab but hey, you get to drive in a Lincoln Continental limo! Leather seats and air ride suspension!
You feel like a million buck being chauffeured around Manhattan in one of those babies especially a newer one. Besides it's fun to do a least once to impress the kids and wife.
Bargain with them and they will bargain back and always tell them that the price includes the tip. Don't be shy, certainly these drivers aren't!
If you are nervous about getting into an unmarked car check their license plate on the back of the vehicle it will be marked T&LC under the plate number. This stands for the taxi and limousine commission. The driver will or should have his permit taped to the dashboard in plain site.
I used these guys 3 times during my stay. Between 3 and 7 p.m. getting a taxi can be difficult. However because they are more expensive an independent limo is easier to come by during rush hour.
Purely on a person note there is something special about barreling up 5th avenue in 60 mile an hour bursts in a limo with the windows open, dodging cars and obstacles like a scene out of a movie. That alone was worth the price of admission. Just tell him your late!

Have fun in NYC peeps and don't forget to bring lots of spending money.

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Kosher Hotels – Monsey, NY – Ora v’Simcha

Fancy Kosher Hotel Ora in Monsey, NY

The Lobby

The Lobby

The most popular article on this blog is about the now kosher Raleigh hotel in South Fallsburg, NY.  Clearly, it’s something people are interested in, as the article is mostly found via search engines while my articles on philosophy … not so much.  There is clearly a desire to find a hotel which lives up to the highest standards of amenities and halacha [Jewish law].  Mostly, one finds either exceedingly expensive Pesach programs, bed bugs, or just a “kosher friendly” place.  There’s the exception with a bed and breakfast that is quite good, but I thought I would never find the, l’havdil, “holy grail” of a proper hotel for the Torah observant.  Most such hotels, such as Kutschers and the Concord have closed and it seems to be a money losing proposition today.  It still is, and that’s why, in all my searches for “kosher hotels” I haven’t this one.  They simply don’t advertise themselves as a hotel, but wow.

On the campus of Ohr Somayach in Monsey, NY is “Ora V’Simcha Family Retreats“.  In your room, you’d think you’re in a Hyatt or Marriot only with bigger rooms (for families).  During meals, you’d think you’re on medium rate cruise ship.  As my wife put it, “This hotel gets an A+, except that every child thinks I’m their mother.”

Why is it there?

Havdalah with The Traveling Chassidim

Havdalah with The Traveling Chassidim

The story goes that a very wealthy ba’al tesuvah (who seems to have made his money on Russian oil) sponsored the entire hotel and conference center for Jewish outreach purposes.  It is on the campus of, and operated by Ohr Somayach, a yeshiva for Jews who want to learn more about and/or are returning to Judaism.  They have programs at this hotel / conference center along these lines, as well as for Torah observant families.  For example, the “Shabbaton” program I attended was meant to be a family inspiring Shabbos with programs for the kids and shiurim [lectures] for the adults on child raising.  I was just looking for a place to go away with the family, but started attending the shirium which were very good.

When You Can Go

Motzei Shabbos Juggler

Motzei Shabbos Juggler

The “hotel”, well, “family retreat center”, operates seemingly about every other month … so you can’t just go any time.  They also rent out the space to others and use it for other types of programs.  You have to look at their website to see when it’s available, but while it’s a really fancy hotel, their primary reason for existing is to teach Torah.  It’s a very hard thing for someone with kids to get away for such a thing, so they take care of that too.

The Hotel Grounds

The hotel is on the campus of Ohr Somayach, right of Rt. 306 in Monsey, NY.  Some of the minyanim were in the main yeshiva building of Ohr Somayach, where I sat in my old seat, the seat where I first fumbled with tefillin many years prior during a brief period when I attended the yeshiva.  I’m sure other readers, those who are both frum and looking for decent hotels, shared the same experience not many seats away from there.

The hotel itself is modest in size, as far as hotels go.  There are only about 30 (estimated) guest rooms with a two story lobby, elevator, and three staircases.  Upon entering, you’re greeted with a fire place and some very European taste.  To the left is a conference room or “library” and to the right is a rather large gym with a full court basketball court and locker rooms.  Go the other direction, and you’ll come to the dining room which holds about 80 people.  On the second and third floors you’ll find the guest rooms.  The second floor is also houses the beis medrash / synagogue.  In the basement and rooms on the second floor, is a game room, childcare, and more childcare.

The Hotel Service

Fireplace in the Lobby

Fireplace in the Lobby

When we first arrived, the bellboy insisted on loading our luggage onto a wheeled cart.  I tried to stop him, preferring to have my kids do the wheeling, but he would have none of that.  By the time I got inside, not very long after, my wife already had our room keys.  We were up in room quicker than any other hotel that I can remember staying at, and everything was waiting for us.  When I had registered, I was asked the ages of kids.  I didn’t even have to think about asking for the right number of beds and cots, because it was all already in the room, complete with crib for the baby.  Never, can I recall, has a hotel gotten it so right.  I’m still astonished that this is a yeshiva where the emphasis is not on “gashmayos” … and to be clear, it’s still not.  When the Rabbis spoke to me, they clearly much better appreciated answers having to do with what I learned while there, rather than my appreciation of the physical surroundings, which were meant as a tool for the former, despite my less than ideal first intentions when signing up for the weekend.

The Guest Rooms

Hallway to Guest Rooms

Hallway to Guest Rooms

We stayed in two joined rooms – the kids in one room with enough beds for each of them and enough room to walk around between them.  Our room was a bit smaller, but still quite well sized.  You could think you’re in a Hyatt Regency or Marriott . . . the layout is identical.  The ceilings with stuccoed acoustic panels, slightly lower ceiling at the entrance way, and so forth is identical to the best of hotel blue prints.  My wife and tried to move a dresser over to fit a bed where we wanted it … that thing was solid.  The only thing “missing” was, of course, there’s no television, and while it was wired for phone service (I checked) there were no phones.  Today, when everyone has cellular phones and I really don’t want to go to a hotel for my kids to watch TV, this was just fine.

The Food

Artwork Lines the Walls

Artwork Lines the Walls

First comes the food.  Then comes more food.  Then there’s some more food.  There’s a buffet when you arrive before Shabbos – mostly confections and some fruit.  There’s the Friday night seudah – wine and meat.  There’s the 10pm “tisch” complete with beer and wasabi almonds.  There’s breakfast – cereal and cakes.  There’s kiddush after davening – herring, cakes and salads.  There’s the seudah by day.  There’s afternoon snack foods.  There’s seudas shlishi – various kinds of fish and salad.  There’s melavah malaka – pastas, soups, and pizza.  There’s Sunday breakfast – waffles from the waffle iron, cereal, cheeses, etc.  There’s Sunday lunch – wraps.  The food was very good and my stomach doesn’t take much to complain.  When I don’t get sick at a place like this, that probably means no one else will either.

Children’s Program

The Gym

The Gym

At least when I was there, the Shabbos children’s program consisted of not much more than “hand’s off” babysitting.  There was not a very organized program for the kids, and while my older kids said they had a good time, it’s a better place for younger kids between the ages of about 2.5 and 8 or so.  Below that, and really, you need to be with your baby and above that, there was one shiur for boys and they can play ball in the massive gym.  Only on motzei Shabbos and Sunday were there “organized” programs including a juggler, a magician, cotton candy, story telling, singing, and team games, again geared towards about the 2.5 to 8 year old crowd.  I should mention, since it’s not self-evident given the sort of hotel options that do exist with childcare – everything is in English.

Update November 2015: I returned and the children’s program was much improved.  They had organized activities like games of duck duck goose, projects, and walks to the playground.  The babysitters were much more involved.

Shiurim [Lectures]

The Bais Medrash

The Bais Medrash

As you may have read above and may have surmised from the travel part of the blog in general, I do like to travel and especially take my wife and kids to various destinations.  This was no different – for me, this was one more destination to try.  About halfway through Shabbos I finally let it sink in that the reason they have this hotel, isn’t for the “hotel” and the “I just want go to away, eat and do activities” crowd.  They have to teach Torah.  The lectures, in general, were very good and a worth attending.

One of my favorite tidbits … Rabbi Shmuel Dishon spoke about the need to have appreciation.  If we don’t appreciate what we’re given and think something worth $1 million is really worth only $250, we’ll be shortchanging ourselves and what we really have, as well as think less of the person who gave us the $1 million gift, thinking they only gave us something worth $250.  This, he says, is why many people become less or non-religious … they don’t appreciate themselves, so they don’t appreciate G_d either, who gave them the gifts.  He told a story of a man who had a bone stuck in his throat, feeling like he was going to die.  He went to the doctor on Shabbos, when payment after Shabbos isn’t always as “required” and the doctor took the bone out of his throat.  The doctor grabbed his tweezers and removed the bone.  “Wow, thanks doc … how much should I pay you?”  The doctor answered, “Only half as much as you would have paid me just a few minutes ago [before the bone was taken out].”  Appreciate what you have … your children, your life, your … stay at a fancy hotel where you pause to think about the door sensors and camera before exiting the front entrance, and then remember, “oh yeah, I’m in a kosher hotel – no Shabbos issues here!”

What’s in the Area

Monsey, NY is one of the largest Jewish communities in the world.  This will be in a future article by itself, but suffice to say, you can find large Jewish bookstores (e.g. Tuvia’s), excellent kosher food (KYO Sushi and Steakhouse), and even entire Jewish shopping centers with kosher supermarkets (Shopper’s Haven and Evergreen), women’s clothing, and toy stores.  Within ~10 miles you can find Harriman State Park for camping and shopping in both the Palisades Mall and Paramus, NJ malls (the latter are closed on Sunday).

Conclusion

I may not write about too many more kosher hotel experiences on this blog simply because I found what I have been looking for.  There are plenty of other articles I’ve been meaning to write on this blog, but if you’re looking for a proper kosher hotel experience where you can take the family, be in a Shabbos environment, be in a nice place, and have full minyanim and kosher food that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, in the United States, this is what you’re looking for.  Most of the price is also tax deductible as it’s a donation to a non-profit institution.

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Park House Hotel

Neighborhood: Borough Park

Address:1206 48th St, Brooklyn, NY 11219

Website:www.parkhousehotelbrooklyn.com

Phone:(718) 871-8100

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Neighborhood: Borough Park

Address:4624 13th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11219

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Phone:(718) 552-3200

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Pointe Plaza Hotel

Neighborhood: Williamsburg

Address: 2 Franklin Ave. Brooklyn NY 11249

Website: https://www.pointeplazahotel.com/

Phone: 718-782-7000

Other Info: All-Suite kosher hotel with dining options in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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Condor Hotel Contemporary Lodging

Neighborhood: Williamsburg

Address: 56 Franklin Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11205

Website: http://www.condorny.com/

Phone: 718-526-6367

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LXURE the Suites

Neighborhood: Williamsburg

Address: 96 Parkville Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11230

Website: http://www.lxure.com

Phone: 718.501.3911

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Hudson Valley Resort & Spa

Neighborhood: Upstate NY

Address: 400 Granite Rd, Kerhonkson, NY 12446

Website:hudsonvalleyresort.com

Phone: 845-626-8888

Other Info: Click on the link or call for details, closer to the Catskills – Certain blackout dates apply.

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Bell Harbor Vacation Rentals

Neighborhood: Bell Harbor, NY

Phone: 347-619-3525

Other Info: Call for details, no website

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Hotel Newton – Upper Manhattan

Neighborhood: Upper West Side, Manhattan NYC

Phone:212-678-6500

Website:http://www.thehotelnewton.com/amenities/sabbath-friendly

Other Info: Featuring Sabbath-friendly services, a prime location near Upper West Side synagogues of all denominations, and easy access to kosher restaurants offering Friday night dinners and catering services, Hotel Newton is the perfect Manhattan hotel for observant and traditional Jewish guests visiting on weekends

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Crowne Plaza Hotel, Stamford

Neighborhood: Stamford, Connecticut

Address: 2701 Summer St. Stamford, CT

Website: https://www.ihg.com/crowneplaza/hotels/us/en/stamford/stmcp/hoteldetail

Phone: 203-359 1300

Other Info: This large property is rented out for many Kosher conventions throughout the year and is fully setup for Jewish guests, including an on-site Kosher restaurant, Soosh restaurant features Japanese cuisine in a cozy setting known for its signature Chilean sea bass. This is a certified Kof K Kosher restaurant. Serves: Lunch & Dinner, Hours: 11:00 AM-10:00 PM, 11:00 AM-3:00 PM, Restaurant Phone: 1-203-658 7505 (info source, Hotel Website)

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The Long Beach Hotel

Neighborhood: Long Beach, NY

Address: 405 East Broadway Long Beach, NY 11561

Website: https://www.ihg.com/crowneplaza/hotels/us/en/stamford/stmcp/hoteldetail

Phone: 516-544-4444

Other Info: Situated just one block from the historicLong Beach boardwalk, the Long Beach Hotel features the Surf Room, isa fine dining kosher restaurant offering modern Mediterraneancuisine and views of the Atlantic Ocean

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Hudson Valley Resort & Spa: 2015 Summer Kosher Packages

Hudson Valley Catskills Kosher Vacation Program

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Kosher in the Catskills 2015 Hotel Packages include everything you and your family want in a traditional summer getaway including delectable Glatt Kosher dining provided by Besser Foods under Strict Rabinnical Supervision, clean and comfortable accommodations, vacation amenities, and much more!

Weekend Package Includes:            

  • Dinner on Friday
  • Breakfast on Saturday
  • Kiddish/lunch on Saturday
  • Shalos Seodos(dinner) on Saturday
  • Breakfast on Sunday. 
  • Tea Room
  • Sleeping Room
  • Prayer Room
  • Access to Hotel Facilities

Rates:

  $230 per night - single occupancy     $340 per night - double occupancy     $440 per night - triple occupancy     Add adult: $100  Add child: $55Add teen: $80

 

Weekday Package Includes:

  • Dinner on night of arrival
  • Breakfast and Lunch for each nights stay
  • Tea Room
  • Sleeping Room
  • Prayer Room
  • Access to Hotel Facilities

Rates:

     $210 per night - single occupancy 
     $300 per night - double occupancy     $400 per night - triple occupancy     Add adult: $90  Add child: $55Add teen: $80

We're offering the most exciting Summer Kosher Packages in the Catskills at an unbeatable low rate which we simply can't afford to offer online- call 845-626-8888 ext. 3019 for rates and availability; just leave your name, number and dates of your visit and we'll give you a call to book your summer stay! 

 


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